Motion Control and Automation


Bosch Rexroth Electric Drives and Control

Economical, precise, safe, and energy efficient: drive and control technology from Bosch Rexroth moves machines and systems of any size. The company bundles global application experience in the market segments of Mobile Applications, Machinery Applications and Engineering, Factory Automation, and Renewable Energies to develop innovative components as well as tailored system solutions and services. Bosch Rexroth offers its customers hydraulics, electric drives and controls, pneumatics, gear technology, and linear motion and assembly technology all from one source.

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Bosch Rexroth Linear Motion

Designed for a wide range of applications running from materials handling technology to light-duty machining jobs in the aluminium, wood and plastics sectors.

Rexroth offers its ready-to-mount Linear Motion Systems with a variety of drive configurations and control systems.

Benefits:
  • A complete range of products for use in virtually any application
  • Linear motion systems with all market-specific drive variants
  • Ready-to-mount, supplied with motor and controller combinations, plus positioning control and sensor systems
  • Universal configuration of multi-axle combinations, with adaptation of Bosch profile modules
  • High proficiency thanks to the use of components produced in-house
  • Onsite servicing available worldwide from selected sales support offices equipped with assembler know-how
  • Precision and compact modules are of particularly slimline design and reduced height

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